How to use CBD oil for health?

How to use cbd oil for health? [ update 2021 ]

The recommended dose of this oil can be used in a variety of foods, salads and even liquids. In addition to oral administration, you can massage it directly on the sore spot to reduce chronic pain. Also, use this oil topically two to three times a week to rejuvenate and treat skin problems.

Note: For therapeutic use of CBD oil, consult your doctor and avoid using this oil arbitrarily, because its excessive consumption has side effects and nerve damage.

 

Rick Simpson Oil (RSO) and CBD Oil - What's the Difference?

It is clear that CBD and RSO oils are different products, although both are made from cannabis. They can even be produced by the same method of extracting alcohol. But the difference is that CBD oil is an oil-soluble cannabis extract, and RSO is just a hemp extract. The final products contain different amounts of cannabinoids.

RSO contains a concentration of THC - a psychoactive substance, CBD oil is higher in CBD - a non-psychoactive substance.

Use CBD and RSO oils

As can be seen from many stories, there are cases where CBD oil is effective, in some cases it is recommended to use RSO. It depends on the type of problem and the person. Some people think THC is more, the better. But that is not always the case. Conversely, some diseases require more CBD, which regulates the immune system and helps build new neurons in the brain.

 

Dosage of CBD use of hemp oil

The ideal dose of CBD depends on a number of factors - the right dose depends on weight, metabolism and genetics. Because each person is unique, everyone must determine their own dose. Some only need a small amount of CBD, while others need a higher dose to see similar effects.

If you are new to CBD, we recommend starting with small doses - 2 drops a day, and then starting to increase - depending on your condition. CBD may last before it starts working - so wait at least 2 hours before taking the next dose.

For some time now, CBD has been one of the most popular health products in the world and has received a lot of news. Some Western coffee shops sell CBD-containing latte drinks, spas offer CBD oil massage services, and beauty companies use CBD or hemp oil in their lotion formulas.

But even if CBD has infiltrated all aspects of the health world, CBD is still a bit confusing for many people. Especially when it comes to discussing the right ways to use it and how to ensure its legality.

 

What is CBD?

CBD, or cannabidiol for short, is a chemical compound from the cannabis plant, also known as marijuana, according to the US National Library of Medicine. CBD is a natural substance used in products such as oils and foods for relaxation and relaxation. Unlike its cousin, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the most important active ingredient in marijuana, is not a psychedelic CBD.

Does consuming CBD cause happiness?

No. Cannabis is made up of two main components: CBD and THC. "CBD is a non-psychoactive part of the plant, which means it will not have the same effects as euphoria," says Jonella China Do, an osteopath and cannabis specialist.

There are two exceptions. The first is that some people, for unknown reasons, only react differently to CBD.

According to Dr. China, about 5% of people said they reacted differently to CBD after taking it. "Usually they are the ones who have the side effects of ibuprofen (Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol)," he says. "You can never predict how your body will react to any new supplement, so do it under expert supervision when taking CBD for the first time."

Purchasing a CBD tested by a third party (product testing by an independent organization) is essential to ensure its quality. Because the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not control the production of CBD, it is possible that the product purchased contains less or more than what is stated on the product, or even small amounts of THC.

What is CBD made of?

You've probably heard the terms cannabis, marijuana and hemp in relation to CBD. Cannabis sativa has two main species, cannabis and marijuana. Both species contain CBD, but cannabis has a much higher percentage of CBD, which also has very low THC levels (less than 0.3) than marijuana.

When people talk about cannabis oil, they are referring to the oil extracted from cannabis seeds. It is packaged with healthy fats and is often used in beauty products due to its moisturizing properties.

What are the health effects of using CBD?

The only CBD drug currently approved by the FDA is Epidiolex, which was approved by the FDA last year to treat certain types of epilepsy. But many people believe that CBD has helped reduce other problems such as low back pain, osteoarthritis and even cancer.

"Every day more and more patients ask me about CBD," said Dr. Hooman Danesh of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. "But despite the great evidence, due to the lack of research in this area, it is still very difficult to say its effects on health."

"Currently, its effectiveness can only be sought from pharmacies," he said. "There is not enough evidence to support these claims." 

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However, is it worth trying CBD for pain management?

"There are two types of pain: musculoskeletal and neurological pain," says Dr. Danesh. "CBD can be beneficial for both conditions."

According to Dr. Danesh, "There is some evidence that, when combined with a small amount of THC, CBD works better for pain relief. Depending on your pain, you may only need CBD, but sometimes you need CBD and THC. "This makes access to this product more difficult due to different regulations in each city."

In New York, where Dr. Danesh, for example, works, CBD is available in pharmacies without a prescription. But as soon as THC is added to it, it is sold only with a doctor's prescription.

Determining how much CBD to consume is also challenging. The dose of medicine that reduces one patient's pain may be too low for another.

CBD may be worth trying to manage anxiety symptoms. "CBD tells your body to calm down and reminds you that you are safe," says Dr. China. "It calms the nervous system, so you do not react strongly to an anxious event."

However, one of the biggest misconceptions about CBD is that it is an amazing drug. "Many people think that CBD is a natural cure for all diseases, but this is not the case," says Dr. China. You need to have a healthy lifestyle with exercise. "CBD cannot cure all pain."

What is the best way to consume CBD?

Cream containing CBD

It primarily depends on why you are consuming CBD.

Some people do not want to take it orally and therefore prefer a topical CBD cream or ointment. "You can hit it on the muscles, joints and ligaments and still see the effect," says Dr. China.

How CBD is consumed affects how fast it reaches the body and how long it lasts.

Tincture methods (a liquid obtained from the effect of alcohol or ether on the inks of plant, animal, or mineral substances) and oral consumption take longer to take effect but also have a longer effect (four or five hours). .

Dr. Chin says: "You put the tincture under your tongue and after an hour you feel its soothing effect. "If you prefer to take it orally, capsules, chewing gum and foods containing CBD are good options."